GORILLA GUTTER GUARD
Servicing Cairns and Tablelands
Gorilla Gutter Guard is a locally owned and run business that provides high quality, value for money gutter guard and leaf guard solutions for residential through to commercial applications.
All Gutter Guard products are Australian-made and pass through many strict Quality Control processes to ensure the highest quality material available. Founded on old-fashioned work ethics and values, you can be assured that no shortcuts are ever taken and every small detail is dealt with and accounted for.
Pests and Vermin
Animals in your gutters can wreak havoc to your home or building – especially if they use your gutters as an entry point to your roof cavity.
If you have a Rain Harvesting system, keeping your gutters free of potential contaminants is a key step towards harvesting cleaner rainwater and lots of it.
Protect your Gutter from Leaves
Leaves that fall into your gutters come in many shapes and sizes. Vegetation that glides off a well-chosen mesh may pass through or get stuck in less suitable options, so it’s important to consider the size of the leaves in your area.
Bushfire and Ember Guard
Poorly-specified gutter mesh may put your property at risk from bushfire by letting leaves into your gutters or letting embers through the gaps between your guttering and roof.
Rust & Corrosion
Avoiding mixing “dissimilar” metals, minimise time of wetness and ensure that you use fit-for-purpose, specially coated steel to manage the risk of corrosion of your roof, gutters or mesh.
Reduce Maintenance Costs
Installing gutter mesh is a great way to save on gutter maintenance & other gutter-related costs for homes, schools & commercial buildings.
What else do gutter cleaners do?
There is more to gutter cleaning than just cleaning gutters. Gutter cleaning services can also include:
Check the roof for damage and clear it
Install gutter guards
Flush out the downpipes
Remove and dispose of leaves and other debris in the guttering
Give a roof condition report
Gutters should be cleaned at least once a year, ideally twice a year if you live in a leafy area. Not doing this can lead to leaks, damage your guttering and provide mozzie breeding areas.